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If you move to California, you have to register your vehicle in California. You can't continue to operate under the registration of the state you moved from. See California DMV brochure HTVR 33. Even if you don't become a California resident, you might have to register the vehicle in California: "A vehicle must be registered in California if it is based in ...


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The list is enormous. For example, if subpoenaed to appear in a legal case, you must appear pursuant to the order. If ordered to pay child support, you must pay child support. If you are an executive in a company, you may not act on the basis of non-private information regarding the company. Your comment that "If it's not detailed on this list, you'll ...


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I'm not aware of any court ruling about the meaning of the "14 years" clause, but the plain reading of it would be that someone merely needs to accumulate 14 years of residency in the United States in order to be eligible to run for President. There's precedent for this, in the form of Dwight D. Eisenhower: he spent large parts of the period 1942-...


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A divorce settlement must be approved by the court. A Judge might well refuse to approve a settlement with such a provision in it, although I do not know of any law specifically barring such a term. But once the settlement is final, one party could certainly offer a separate contract to the other, under which one party would agree to remain outside the state ...


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If I read your question correctly, then your plan is to end the lease and move out of your appartment. In this situation, you would obviously have to de-register. What makes you think that you can continue to be registered as living in an apartment after ending your lease, moving out and returning the key?


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As far as I recall, each European country has its own definition of tax residency. For instance, in Germany, you are considered subject to full income taxation if you: • have at least one home in Germany, even if it's just your second home • have your habitual abode in Germany • are a German out-of-country official who is being paid by a public treasury or ...


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Various acts will establish residency: using a California address as your "permanent address", registering to vote in California, getting a California driver's license (or at least "renouncing" your NY license), registering your car in California. It takes 366 days of physical presence to change residence. Finally, you have to be financially independent. The ...


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As user6726 pointed out, you need a more rigorous definition of "essentially every resident" in order to generate a meaningful list. You do say "required actions" so it seems clear your intention is to list items requiring effort (paying, registering, serving, filing, etc.) as opposed to simply following laws through inaction (not ...


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Several of your points are misleading if not actually incorrect: If I'm a paid employee, I must contribute a portion of each paycheck to Medicare, Social Security, and federal tax withholding. Your employer does this, not you. If you are self-employed, you must pay estimated taxes quarterly. If I'm not a citizen, I must get a visa or green card. This is ...


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Under Georgia law, person is a "resident" and must get a Georgia license if he has a permanent home or abode in Georgia to which, whenever such person is absent, he or she has the intention of returning. However it also says that For the purposes of this chapter, there is a rebuttable presumption that the following person is a resident. (A) Any ...


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There are numerous laws pertaining to protected classes, whereby it is prohibited to discriminate on the basis of that class for certain purposes. For example, it is generally illegal to consider race in public accommodation, employment, housing, or voting. Age is only a very limited a protected category. In addition, there are anti-discrimination laws at ...


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This web page from Berkley Advocate gives the requirements for receiving in-state tuition, and the process for appeals. The requirements are confirmed by this official page. The Advocate page says: There are THREE requirements for qualifying for residency for tuition purposes. Physical Presence You (or your parent) must be physically ...


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This is an interesting question. If a person who is in fact a long-term resident of a residence hotel is not allowed to legally obtain a VA driver's license, that might well be a violation of the Equal Protection clause of the 14th amendment to the US Federal constitution. Of course, bringing a case challenging the VA practice on that point would have taken ...


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§1(f) of Chapter 62 (income tax) defines "resident" or "inhabitant" for that chapter as (1) any natural person domiciled in the commonwealth, or (2) any natural person who is not domiciled in the commonwealth but who maintains a permanent place of abode in the commonwealth and spends in the aggregate more than one hundred eighty-three days of the ...


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The way you describe it makes it sound like sort of neighborhood in transition-meaning the businesses have either closed or left and there's still a few stragglers. I would talk to a realtor in that area and simply ask, that is probably the quickest way to find out. I did it with one of my commercial properties once. The city was surprised to find me there ...


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